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Laura
@lgh2
I just pushed a branch with some videos we hadn't indexed and I can't tell which file Travis is complaining about
Paul Tremberth
@redapple
@lgh2 , I submitted a PR with a little change to print the failing file(s): pyvideo/data#293
Laura
@lgh2
thank you!
Are the accessibility tests supposed to be run from the root of the pyvideo repo or from the root of pyvideo/data?
Paul Tremberth
@redapple
@lgh2 , this is for the root of pyvideo/data
Laura
@lgh2
Thank you! I thought the instructions in the docs were a little unclear
I may submit a patch for it
Laura
@lgh2
@Daniel-at-github Do you have a system for how the issues in pyvideo/data work? Can people assign the issue to themselves and then go scrape the youtube playlist?
Daniel-at-github
@Daniel-at-github
I'm not sure why I can assign a issue to myself.
Don't know what github permission enables that
I suppose that anyone that want to solve an issue is more than welcome
because it's a lot of work
Daniel-at-github
@Daniel-at-github
But I can't see what permission level I have. I see that your user @lgh2 have write permission level
Daniel-at-github
@Daniel-at-github
I think that people can't label an issue as assigned to themselves. But if anyone says in an issue that have started to solve it... no one will duplicate the effort.
Have I understood and answered the questions? (I'm not English native speaker)
Daniel-at-github
@Daniel-at-github
In vanpy pyvideo/data#332 talks they have a 6:45 hour long video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6b7U9GpfQk .
Should we recommend the creation of one file per talk inside pointing to the same video, but starting at different time?
Example "Protect your users with circuit breakers" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6b7U9GpfQk&t=1h8m5s
Daniel-at-github
@Daniel-at-github
The contributor asked for it, and it seemed god to me https://github.com/pyvideo/data/pull/332#issuecomment-322728081
Daniel-at-github
@Daniel-at-github
I will review pyvideo/data#339 , fix some files if if @rollandf enable "Allow edits from maintainers", merge it and wait for the PR to be published.
Is it OK?
Daniel-at-github
@Daniel-at-github
I'm thinking of merging the tree pull requests pending #366 #363 #355, none have a review, but seems everyone is doing the right thing (busy with real life). Any thoughts?
Paul
@logston
Sorry for the delay here @Daniel-at-github. And glad you jumped on the merge!
Daniel-at-github
@Daniel-at-github
hi @redapple
Daniel-at-github
@Daniel-at-github
I comment there
Paul Tremberth
@redapple
hi @Daniel-at-github , I can ask PyCon UK on Twitter if they plan releasing other videos

I don't understand your question though

Splitting it in playlists make sense to you?

Daniel-at-github
@Daniel-at-github
I was thinking in split the work in playlists.
I assigned PyConUK to myself and I will try to work in it in the next week
If you want to work on it at the same time you can assign it too and say in the list what lists are you going to scrape.
I think my pace will be slow, my energy/free time ratio is low lately.
Jessica Temporal
@jtemporal
hi all!
hope I can help =)
Jess Unrein
@thejessleigh
Hi @Daniel-at-github - it's been a while since I've contributed and I'm looking over the issues now. Several of the current issues are for getting the full data for conferences that just have the minimal download info now. What information do conference videos need in order to be considered at "full data?"
I see the full schema here - https://github.com/pyvideo/data/blob/master/.schemas/video.json. Do we require all of that information in order to consider it complete?
Oh, just now noticing how long it's been since anyone posted in here. Going to create a question issue on the repo. Sorry if I'm duplicating information.
Paul
@logston
Hey @thejessleigh, way to go! with adding this info to the docs!
Paul
@logston
I want to give a shout out to a couple of devs who have consistently kept this database growing and updated with the latest conferences: https://github.com/pyvideo/data/graphs/contributors @Daniel-at-github @redapple Thanks for all your work! This works is helping 10s of thousands of students learn more about one of the strongest languages in the programming world.
PyVideo served 150,000+ unique users in the past year.
Russell Keith-Magee
@freakboy3742
Hey folks - I’ve noticed that the talk counts on the homepage (e.g., under the “most active speakers” list) appear to be off… I think the count is only including talks where the speaker is “solo”, so any appearance on panels, or multiple-speaker talks isn’t being counted.
(I noticed because my own entry is showing a count of 43 talks, but I’ve got 55 talks listed if you click on the link)
So:
  1. Is this behavior as designed, or a bug?
  2. If it’s a bug, which repository would I report this problem against?
  3. I’m happy to take a swing at fixing it… but I can’t work out where I’d even start looking - the contribution docs are great for describing how to contribute metadata, but not on how the site itself is contstructed/deployed. Any pointers?
Paul Tremberth
@redapple
Hey @freakboy3742 ,
  1. I believe it's a bug
  2. pyvideo.org is statically built using Pelican (http://docs.getpelican.com/en/stable/) and the repo is at https://github.com/pyvideo/pyvideo
  3. the counting for speakers for the first page is done in a plugin: https://github.com/pyvideo/pyvideo/blob/190542b9863e06a91def2c54d81e24e09e087f20/plugins/aggregations.py (look for active_speakers)
Russell Keith-Magee
@freakboy3742
@redapple Thanks for the pointers! I’ve just submitted a PR with a fix (pyvideo/pyvideo#194), along with two more metadata cleanups (pyvideo/data#709 cleaning up some markup from PyGotham 2018, and pyvideo/data#710 with Yet Another “Dr” reference in my name)
Paul Tremberth
@redapple
Awesome. Thanks
Russell Keith-Magee
@freakboy3742
The CI on pyvideo/pyvideo#194 appears to be failing - but I don’t think that’s something in my control...
(or that I’ve caused)
Paul Tremberth
@redapple
No worries. I'll have a look
Paul
@logston
Thanks @redapple & @freakboy3742 !